MAC Lavender Whip is one of those cult shades that I never understood, as you can see from my old photo
I own a tube (somewhere) and as you can tell from my lack of enthusiasm I never reach for it.
It really all boils down to preference and what you suit and my little round face does not carry purple tones
all that well but for those that adore the shade and have waited forever for it's return your wait is nearly over.
Come April in the US and May in the UK MAC's Baking Beauties collection will hit the counters
and you can grab a Lavender Whip lipstick and many other sugary sweet shades to boot!
MAC Spring 2013 Baking Beauties Collection
Rasberry Swirl - Light white blue pink (Cremesheen)
Pure Decoration - Light white peach (Cremesheen)
Lavender Whip - Light cool lavender (Cremesheen)
Devil’s Food - Glossy deep plum (Frost)
Mineralize Tinted Lip Balm
Sweet Tooth - Creamy lilac
Baking Beauty - Creamy light peach
Glace’ - Creamy pale baby blue
Cheery Cherry - Creamy mid-tone blue pink
Pro Longwear Paint Pot
Fancy Frosting - Frosted white
Mooncake - Warm beige
Eclair - Light chocolate with gold pearlized pigments
Let’s Skate - Pale pink with pearlized pigments
Dangerous Cuvee - Frosted cool grey
Reflects Transparent Teal - Sparkling white with turquoise
Pink - Bright pink
Haute & Naughty Lash
Pearlmatte Face Powder
In For A Treat - Champagne base with matte coral flowers and mint leaves
Pink Buttercream - Light silvery pink base with dark pink flowers and periwinkle leaves
Pink Rebel - Blue pink with gold pearlized pigments
Blue Velvet - Light periwinkle blue (Cream)
Confectionary - Light blue pink (Cream)
Pistachio Creme - Light teal mint (Cream)
Large Shader Brush
Sounds good enough to eat huh?
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